As we inch closer and closer to spring, we’re looking for more ways to let the light in. After all, once the rain settles, spring is one of the best seasons in Seattle. So why not look at a home that has plenty of glass to take all of that in? Let’s head over to Seward Park to check out a classic MCM home.
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This 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3,230 square foot Seward Park home features spectacular 180-degree views of the Olympics, Seattle, Lake Washington, and even the Cascade Mountains. Its abundance of large, floor-to-ceiling windows provides the perfect setting to sit back, relax and simply enjoy the view.
The home also features classic Mid-Century Modern details throughout its interior. These include cedar ceilings, locally quarried rock walls, and slate floors, all wrapped by Swedish finish fir millwork.
While the home does maintain much of its original MCM charm keep in mind that it has been updated throughout the years. That includes a kitchen remodel done in 2002 which added stainless steel counters and backsplash, as well as high-quality appliances.
It’s also worth noting that the home has a sizeable deck perfect for entertaining during the summer.
If you’d like to see more of this Seward Park MCM home, it is listed by Coldwell Banker and Bain for $1.575 million.
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